Acupuncture is a complimentary medicine which has been practiced for thousands of years throughout Asia. It has made it’s way to North America and is gaining a reputation for being an effective form of health care. The approach is holistic and treatment varies according to the individual. An acupuncturist will strategically place fine, sterile, single-use needles into acupoints on the body. These points are found along meridians or pathways of energy (Qi). The needling activates the body’s Qi and helps to restore balance to our physical and emotional health. This enhances our immune system and allows our body’s ability to heal more efficiently. Read More

Athetic Training

There are many rehabilitation tools available to Professional sports teams that are now available to recovering athletes of all abilities and from all walks of life.
An Athletic Trainer assesses sports injuries and conditions and utilizes a variety of modalities such as rehabilitative techniques, therapeutic modalities, soft tissue therapy, physical reconditioning, and supportive taping procedures to promote optimal healing and help you return you to your sport quicker and pain-free. Read More


Chiropractic is a drug-free, non-invasive manual approach to health care.  Chiropractors assess disorders related to the spine, nervous system and joints of the extremities and provide diagnosis, treatment and prevention of those disorders. The primary goal of chiropractic manipulation, also referred to an an adjustment, is to treat areas of decreased movement in the joints of the spine and extremities which can create a reaction in surrounding soft tissues (ligaments, muscles and nerves) resulting in pain, dysfunction and muscular spasm. Today’s Chiropractors are also focused on your overall wellness and are trained to prescribe therapeutic exercises, prescribe basic nutritional advice, and can provide other wellness suggestions to promote a balanced, healthy life. Read More

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is the systematized manipulation of soft tissues (muscles, fascia, etc.) for the purpose of normalizing them. Registered Massage Therapists use a variety of physical methods including applying fixed or movable pressure, holding, or causing movement to the body. Therapists primarily use their hands, but may also use their forearms and elbows. The basic goal of massage therapy is to help the body heal itself and to increase health and well-being. Touch is the core ingredient of massage therapy and also combines science and art. Registered Massage Therapist learn specific techniques for massage and use their sense of touch to determine the right amount of pressure to apply to each person and locate areas of tension and other soft-tissue problems. Read More

Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic medicine is a distinct primary health care profession founded on the time honoured belief in vis medicatrix naturae, “the healing power of nature.” It is a holistic, coordinated approach to health care that respects the unique individuality of each person. Naturopathic physicians attend to the prevention and treatment of disease and the promotion of optimal health. They view the patient as a whole person, while symptoms of disease are seen as indicators of improper functioning, imbalance and/or poor lifestyle habits. The goal of treatment is to address the underlying cause of disease and to avoid treatments that might induce further harm, either by producing unwanted side-effects or by complicating the existing disease process. This is achieved through the appropriate application of natural substances and modalities that remove obstacles to health and enhance the body’s inherent healing abilities. Read More